Year 2 Phonics worksheets by Subject
Use our phonics phases sound mats to see what sounds your child will be taught when in their phonics learning journey.
All of these words end in -il but the letters have been jumbled up. Can you unjumble them to make the correct words?
In these words the /ee/ sound is written with the grapheme ‘ey’. Look through this nonsense passage and underline the ‘ey’ words. Then write each word out three times to help you learn them
When the graphemes ‘w’ or ‘qu’ are followed by the single vowel ‘a’, it usually represents the /o/ sound as in swan. For each of these words, add an ‘a’ to complete the word. Say the word out loud. Can you hear how the ‘a’ makes an /o/ sound? Then have a go at the wordsearch.
The letter ‘w’ followed by the ‘or’ grapheme makes the /er/ sound as in worm. Can you work out where these words should go in these sentences?
This list of words include an ‘o’, pronounced as the short vowel sound /u/. Look at the clues on the right and enter the words into the boxes on the left. Use the code numbers above each letter to work out the mystery word at the bottom of the sheet.
Help your child brush up their spelling skills at the end of KS1 with our pack of practice 'tests', designed to help them revise common Y2 spelling patterns and high frequency and exception words.
Children learn to read and spell high-frequency words, the most common words in English-language texts, throughout primary school. Download a list of the top 100 high-frequency words to use for at-home spelling practice and revision.
Your child will do lots of phonics learning at school – so why not use games to help them put their new skills into practice at home? Our Phonics games learning pack, created by a KS1 teacher (and parent), offers ten games and activities to choose from. Everything you need to start playing, from instructions to game boards and a sound die, is included in your download – print off your bingo counters, sharpen your pencils and have some fun!
Take a break from homework and spelling drills with this collection of word puzzles for Key Stage 1! Each one covers a different concept that your child will learn in English lessons, but presents it as something to solve by remembering what they've been taught in class.
Use this worksheet to help your child recognise the grapheme 'ea', representing the /e/ sound, and then use those words in the sentences provided.
During Years 1 and 2 your child will be expected to learn to read and spell high-frequency words as well as the days of the week, months of the year, numbers to twenty and colours. Help them practise at home with our colourful flashcards.